Vintage photograph treated in Photoshop to resemble hand-tinted photographs from the turn of the last century. The photo is part of the Appeal-Democrat's archives, and depicts one of their newsboys from the early 1900s.
99 Things is a yearly magazine published by the Appeal-Democrat in Marysville, California. While I was Art Director for WAG Media Group, an agency owned by the Appeal-Democrat, I redesigned and edited the publication for several years. Below are a couple more covers and spreads from other issues.
Logo for a series of poolside events with music, presentations, food and entertainment. Client was Gauche Aquatic Park in Yuba City, California. Logo was designed to sit at the top of pages and wrap around page content. Developed while working as Art Director at WAG Media Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Appeal-Democrat.
A few Christmases ago I mocked up magazine covers using images of my nieces and nephews. I had 24" x 36" posters made and gave a framed copy of each one to the kids. Here are a few samples. (There were about a dozen altogether.)